Interviews about Earth Science

Interviews about geology, palaeontology, archaeology, atmospheric science, climate, climate change and meteorology...

09 November 2021

How will the climate crisis change the cities on our door steps and influence our mental health?

09 November 2021

Who's there, who isn't and what are we expecting to be addressed before the summit ends...

08 November 2021

What is the mood at the COP26 climate change summit in Glasgow? We went to find out...

27 September 2021

The seasons are changing, so we're quizzing our experts with questions about change

14 September 2021

90% of coal must remain in the ground to prevent global temperature rise, what about oil and gas?

31 August 2021

Can we sequester enough carbon to avoid cutting emissions?

31 August 2021

Trapping tiny particles of organic matter to prevent greenhouse gas release

31 August 2021

From kelp forests to seaweed-based 'plastic' packaging

31 August 2021

How can farms be optimised to sequester carbon, without sacrificing productivity?

31 August 2021

What is peat, and how can we optimise land use to protect it?

31 August 2021

And can we sequester carbon using nature-based solutions?

13 August 2021

Newspapers have described the IPCC report as a wake up call; but perhaps we already knew the facts...

10 August 2021

New research on the Santorini volcano indicates how sea level change influences volcanic activity

27 July 2021

Some mental gymnastics needed to win gold in our last test of mental agility...

20 July 2021

With up to 30m precision, scientists can track carbon locked away by marine microbes from space

20 July 2021

The Queen guitarist Brian May has had his basement flooded with stinking black sewage. What's the cause?

08 July 2021

The world saw two major marine fires in one week. Is it the end of days? Sally Le Page investigates...

05 July 2021

Perfectly preserved, 230 million year old beetles have been found inside fossilized dinosaur poo

08 June 2021

There's mercury in glacial meltwater. Is it dangerous?

01 June 2021

Max Brooks is a disaster preparedness expert - who is also the author of zombie cult classic World War Z...

01 June 2021

Bob Ballard discovered the Titanic in 1985 - and today is using 'telepresence' to visit the ocean's...

25 May 2021

A report from charity Greenpeace has found that much of the UK's plastic waste gets exported and dumped...

11 May 2021

Tiny pieces of plastic are present even in the ice of "pristine" glaciers...

04 May 2021

New targets in the UK, US, and more - but a climate scientist questions whether 'net zero' is helping...